Desert Rose Collective | Established Campground

United States

Details

Verified:
3 months ago
Altitude:
2500.0 masl
Phone:
7143491200
Contributor:
Desert Rose

Amenities

Electricity:
Yes
Wifi:
Yes - Average
Kitchen:
Yes
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
Hot
Water:
Potable
Toilets:
Yes
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes
Sanitation Dump Station:
No

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Description

The Desert Rose Collective is ideally situated between Joshua Tree and Palm Springs and tucked into a canyon in the far corner of Morongo Valley, This is the perfect home base location for visiting the surrounding area. Just about a half mile in on an easily drivable dirt road, this desert oasis is a truly special property with amazing views and abundant desert wildlife and flora. It's a quiet and peaceful escape from city life yet has great cell reception and modest overnight pricing between $20 and $45 per person/vehicle, depending on your setup. Check out our listing on Hipcamp for more information and feel free to call with any questions you may have. We are the owners and we welcome all travelers all the time!

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Everything is great at this place. The amenities are all you could ask for. There's a hot water shower, toilets, Porta Potty, firepits, bar, outdoor kitchen, private camping sites. It's only $20 per person per night. They charge extra for pets but pets are welcome. They even have a couple of RV Sites.
They have WiFi now, they didn't before. It works great! Everyone is super friendly. This is a private, eclectic, artistic, camp that is very welcoming and in a beautiful, private, quiet area. Amazing sunsets.

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Warning!!

As a long-time outdoor enthusiast and dog owner, it's with a heavy heart and a sense of duty that I share an alarming encounter at Campsite Desert Rose Collective. This venue, which promises peace and relaxation in the Palm Springs desert, instead presented a nightmare scenario.

During what was meant to be a serene escape, my senior dog and I were subjected to a horrifying attack by two large, unrestrained dogs, introduced onto the premises by an acquaintance of the owner. These dogs, with a history of aggression, inflicted serious wounds on my pet and left me with physical injuries and deep-seated trauma. The ferocity of the attack and the owner's lax oversight on such known threats is deeply concerning.

The aftermath was a scene of chaos, with my dog desperately fleeing into the desert night and me, bruised and bleeding, in pursuit. The potential danger this poses to any visitor, especially those with children, is chilling to contemplate. I shudder to think of the consequences had my daughter, often donned in a playful puppy costume, been in attendance.

It is not without reluctance that I find myself advising against a visit to this establishment. No charm or amenity can compensate for a blatant disregard for basic guest safety. This incident was not merely unfortunate but a clear indication of gross negligence. Until comprehensive safety measures are visibly implemented and enforced, I implore potential visitors to prioritize their well-being and seek alternative locations for their desert adventures.

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Ended up being $53 on Hipcamp just for a parking space that was hard to drive into, and an extra $10 for water. Pretty and nice people but overpriced.

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This place is great. Sites to pitch your tent or park your rig are reasonably priced (like $20 per person). Outdoor kitchen, fire pits, shaded seating and such are nice bonuses. Awesome spot for hanging out and meeting other nomads. You can even grab a hot shower. And the proprietor Rose is wonderful. She's friendly and accessible and committed to making sure guests enjoy their stays.

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Excellent place well maintained super cool hangout area on top of that Rose the proprietor is a lovely person and very accommodating.

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We stayed one night in our sequoia. Two people and 1 dog. She charged us 20 per person and normally it's an additional 10 for a dog but considering the weather that day she waived her fee. Her and her host were friendly and the place was nice. We probably would have stayed longer if the weather wasn't so bad.

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great campground, can accommodate cars, vans, tents, even RVs. a nice place to meet people. Rosemarie, the owner, is very nice. there is a shared kitchen with a fridge and all utensils and hot showers.

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such a great spot to stay even more than one night. you have an outdoor kitchen with all its equipment, firepits, cool areas to hang around, a wonderful outdoor shower.... its 20$ per person. totally worth it!

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What a gem this place is. Camp spots are small and more space is allocated to a central social hangout area. Lots of seating set up in circles, a bar, platforms, etc. made out of recycled materials. Fire pits, grills and cooking space, sinks, water hookup and a compost toilet. Rose Marie, the owner, is sooo lovely. This place is on Hipcamp but you can also call to reserve and pay in Venmo. I just had my van with no hookups and it was $20/night. No wifi but Verizon service has 3 bars so I was able to get some work done. Loved it here and definitely recommend. People seem to come and stay for a while. There’s also a pot farm next door and goods for sale if you ask her, she’s got a great menu 🤩.

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We've been having a wonderful, mild winter. Happy New Year Nomads!

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The Desert Rose Collective is ideally situated between Joshua Tree and Palm Springs and tucked into a canyon in the far corner of Morongo Valley, This is the perfect home base location for visiting the surrounding area. Just about a half mile in on an easily drivable dirt road, this desert oasis is a truly special property with amazing views and abundant desert wildlife and flora. It's a quiet and peaceful escape from city life yet has great cell reception and modest overnight pricing between $15 and $45 per person/vehicle, depending on your setup. Check out our listing on Hipcamp for more information and feel free to call with any questions you may have. We are the owners and we welcome all travelers all the time!

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